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Business Informatics, B.Sc.

Faculty of Computer Science

At the Interface between Business and IT

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The study of business informatics combines the advantages of the classic courses of study in business administration and computer science. As a business informatics specialist, you work at the interface between business administration and information/communication technology. For your job, you need both technical knowledge and business know-how. You plan and develop the business information and communication systems that improve the flow of a company's business processes or make them possible in the first place. From an IT point of view, you can perform administrative tasks such as payroll accounting, production control or customer relationship management (CRM). After completing your studies, you will be able to analyse practical tasks and prepare them in such a way that they can be processes by an information or communication system.


Fact Sheet Business Informatics

Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Duration: 7 semesters (3.5 years)

Start: October (winter semester)

Location: Deggendorf

Course language: German (see language requirements)

Admission requirements: General university entrance qualification

Prerequisites:

  • Knowledge of basic economic or scientific subjects is an advantage
  • Basic programming knowledge desirable

Postgraduate opportunities:

Fees: No tuition fees, only €62 student services fee per semester

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Career Prospects

Business IT specialists plan and develop operational information and communication systems that improve or enable the flow of business processes in organisations. For example, administrative tasks (e.g. payroll accounting), production control or customer care (CRM) are mapped in IT terms. Business IT specialists work at the interface between business administration and information/communication technology and must bring both technical knowledge and business know-how to their profession.

The development of software solutions begins for the business IT specialist with consulting and planning discussions with the client and a detailed analysis of the initial operational and organisational situation. On the basis of the information obtained in this way, the requirements for the IT system are compiled in a requirement specification and a target concept is drawn up. Depending on any existing information technologies, adjustments are made or a completely new system is introduced.

Business IT specialists are employed in companies in almost all sectors, authorities and institutions that use information technologies to handle their business processes. But they are also in great demand in companies that develop IT-supported information systems.

Related professions are computer scientist, business economist, business administration graduate, industrial engineer and business mathematician.

Occupational fields

    Analysis and conception of business processes as well as operational information and communication systems
    Development, adaptation and introduction of operational information and communication systems
    Performing management tasks for IT departments or IT companies and consulting companies

Study objective

The study of Business Informatics at the Technical University Deggendorf combines the advantages of the classical study courses Business Administration and Computer Science with special and modern business information topics. In addition, two further specifics will be of great benefit to students of business informatics.

On the one hand they receive the possibility of a study with deepened practice . Thus already during the study time closer contacts to business enterprises can be developed.

On the other hand they can profit from international university and restaurant contacts, which were attached to the THD. A good general education is expected from the preparatory school. The subjects German and Mathematics are particularly important in this area. The preliminary capacity of the Business Information Systems course is 68 students per year.

Because of the unique profile of the study course at South Bavarian universities, this offer of the Deggendorf University of Technology attracts lively interest beyond the region. The graduates will carry the academic title Bachelor Science (short form B.Sc.). The bachelor's degree proves a performance of 210 ECTS credit points. After the Bachelor study experienced computer scientists can study the economical informatics master course of studies at the university Deggendorf or another university.


Subject Overview

Overview of lectures and courses, SWS (Semesterwochenstunden = weekly hours/semester) and ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) in the Bachelor's degree Business Informatics.

 

1. Semester SWS ECTS
Mathematics I 4 5
Programming I 4 5
Informatics 4 5
Operating Systems and Computer Networks 4 5
Basics Business Administration and Informatics 4 5
Technical English I 2 -
AWP 2 -
     
2. Semester SWS ECTS
Mathematics II 4 5
Software Engineering 4 5
Data Bases 4 5
Statistics I (descriptive) 2 -
Marketing 2 -
Production und Logistics 4 5
Accounting and Cost Accounting 4 5
     
3. Semester SWS ECTS
Technical English II 2 5
Academic Work 2 5
Statistics I (inductive) 2 5
Financing and Investment 2 5
Programming II 4 5
IT Management 4 5
Corporate Management / Controlling 4 5
Scientific Compulsory Elective I 4 5
     
4. Semester SWS ECTS
IT Law and IT Compliance 4 5
Data Visualisation 2 -
Data Management 2 5
Operations Research 4 5
Business Applications 4 5
E-Business and Internet Technologies 4 5
Information Security and Data Protection 4 5
     
5. Semester SWS ECTS
Internship - 30
Internship Accompanying Course (PLV) I 2 -
Internship Accompanying Course (PLV) II 2 -
     
6. Semester SWS ECTS
Statistics II and Machine Learning 4 5
Social Competence 4 5
Project Management 4 5
Artificial Intelligence 4 5
System Design 4 5
Scientific Compulsory Elective II 4 5
     
7. Semester SWS ECTS
Scientific Compulsory Elective III 4 5
Process Management 4 5
Programming Project 4 6
Ethics and Sustainability 2 2
     
Bachelor Thesis  - 12
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